Cytophage in the news

Un chercheur crée des virus synthétiques pour vaincre les superbactéries

CBC Radio-Canada

Bactériophages. Ces virus naturels pourraient pourtant être à l’origine d’un nouveau traitement révolutionnaire contre les infections bactériennes résistantes aux antibiotiques, mis au point par un scientifique winnipégois.

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How a Winnipeg entrepreneur is using Mother Nature's deadly weapon to fight antibiotic-resistant superbugs

FINANCIAL POST

One to watch: Steven Theriault’s research on bacteriophages has put him at the cutting edge of a potential bio-medical revolution

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Antibiotic alternatives from Cytophage have big dairy applications

DAIRY REPORTER

Antimicrobial resistance in animals and humans could render antibiotics useless in the future. Cytophage pitched its solution for natural bacteriophage products at FoodBytes! this week.

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Cytophage begins clinical trials, seeks partners to scale manufacturing capabilities

AGRIBUSINESS INTELLIGENCE

Originally focused on the human health sector, Cytophage Technologies has pivoted to animal health. As the company prepares clinical trials for its bacteriophage technology…

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All the phage: Winnipeg company hopes to lead the fight against drug-resistant bacteria

GLOBAL NEWS

Before the discovery of penicillin almost a hundred years ago, doctors relied on other treatments to fight deadly infections. Now, after almost a century of overusing antibiotics, many infections…

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Countless
Applications

Bacteriophage therapy has unlimited uses and is effective in eradicating bacterial disease and infection in three key areas.

Food Safety

In food safety, our phages help prevent disease and the spread of disease, without introducing antibiotics into the food chain or the environment.

Animal Health

Cytophage is developing bacteriophages that will reduce and ultimately replace the use of antibiotics for illness prevention and growth enhancement in livestock, starting with poultry.

Human Health

In human health, phages can address a full range of bacterial illnesses and conditions, from treating acne and eczema, alleviating internal bacterial infections such as pneumonia, preventing wound infections and battling outbreaks such as cholera or diphtheria.

Phages can also be used for the decontamination of hospital surfaces and counters, tools and instruments, beds and curtains, and anywhere else bacterial contamination is a concern.

What is a
bacteriophage?

Bacteriophages are organisms that infect and kill bacterial cells. These natural killers of bacteria can overcome all of the cellular or organism-level defences.

What is a
bacteriophage?

Bacteriophages are organisms that infect and kill bacterial cells. These natural killers of bacteria can overcome all of the cellular or organism-level defences.

We can win the war against battlefield infection.
Cytophage was selected for the Defense Innovation Award 2019.

Winner of 2018 Nutreco Feed Tech Challenge
For our breakthrough innovation to help feed the world.

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